The Correct Use of Some Adjectives
'Each' and 'every' are similar in meaning, but 'every' is a stronger word than 'each'; it means, 'each without exception'. 'Each' is used in speaking of two or more things; 'every' is used only in speaking of more than two. 'Each' directs attention to the individuals forming any group, 'every' to the total group. 'Each' is used only when the number in the group is limited and definite; 'every' when the number is indefinite.